yep, application scripts mostly not effected (but also check your filecopy routines if exists since a bug fixed with this version not allowing old bugy behaviour). Sadly the history notes (ex: History_080.txt) do not include very clean instructions (yes, requested.. ) for the ones who want to revise his/her informations.
I have had the luck that most of those scripts i made myself have worked with the new versions, but that's probobly because they most of the time are pretty simple.
That is the reason (I believe) some of our advanced script writers (with their limited time) come to boot-land only to see what is going.
nope, I guess you understand my plan from previous codes. (if it is working without critical bug)
I also wonder, if the revised version has a tag or something in the program that makes the user know if he/she runs this fixed version ?
+ Galapo's request on previous post also requested by Galapo before.
It was experienced before going public that way results things development (psc) do not like to for a set of reasons. I disagreed with the decision (which cause LiveXP stuck with 077rc2 for a long while as expected (and written)), and after a while another development model created which i call "silent public". It means things you reported on topics fixed silently (and you get a reply on topic that it is fixed) without causing things developers do not like.
What I ment with the beta section is, that it would be better to release more betas for the public to test, to ensure that when going final most of the things works as expected.
Since there is no practical difference for the improvement between 2 models, I like both. And since development like the 2nd way, why not . But 2nd model caused bad development behaviour of release decision more critical for all.
1 change made on development model in 080 release, development asked advanced users and project admins to test before publish (in a hidden topic). That is the reason 080 (rev1 or 2) become that much nice.
But they continued their release behaviour (verrry unexpectadly, but maybe we should expect ) which make 080 release born death.
Even now, with last posts, you can notice development insists on not taking lessons from past experiences (even 3 days before).